Storage and kitchens go together like peanut butter and jelly. The more storage and organization there is, the happier mama is in her kitchen, right??! If you are lucky enough to be planning a new kitchen design you won't want to miss this post! Today I have rounded up some amazing storage drawer solutions for you to consider.
#1 Pot & Pan Drawer with Lid Shelf
What a great idea! I love the upper small roll out drawer designed exclusively to hold pot and pan lids. Boy would this make life easier! No more digging around to find matching lids.
Image via Home Bunch
#2 Dish Drawer
With the trend of using less upper wall cabinets and more lower cabinet drawers, I've been seeing every day dishware make it's way into pull out drawers just like these. Some drawers have pegs designed to help hold dishes in place but no pegs certainly allows for more configurations and allows for a completely different drawer use in the future. I love how these fun patterns look together in this navy base cabinet!
Image by Citrine Living
#3 Corner Drawer
Love, love, love this idea! That awkward corner cabinet is always a challenge. A pull out drawer gets right in there and works for both the upper and lower drawers. No more digging around in the deep, dark abyss searching for mismatched tupperware.
Image by Driven by Decor
#4 Spice Drawer
Spices look so nice when all the little jars match don't they? Um, sadly mine do not. But wow do they function great when they are all lined up neatly in a pull out drawer. I think I prefer this method over a vertical pull out spice cabinet with shelves bc when cooking it doesn't feel natural to bend down and squat to find spices. If you have plenty of drawer space, this is the way to go!
# 5 Pantry Drawers
Roll out pantry drawers are a wonderful option for built in pantries. It makes accessing food so much easier! You do need to make sure to space the drawers at convenient heights so you can fit all your containers, baskets, etc. when planning.
Image by Lauren McBride Blog
#6 Drawer Dividers
I really like built in draw dividers like this for large drawers. These could go in any drawer in your kitchen and work great for organizing specific categories of food, tupperware, dish towels, etc. This drawer is set up with coffee, tea and snacks. You could create a drawer like this for your kids with quick healthy snack options.
Image by Bungalow Edit
#7 Cutlery Drawer
Cutlery drawers have been around for a while but I especially like this one with 2 levels for extra storage. The top tray slides back and forth Why not maximize all of that drawer depth? Yes please!
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